You can save $116 on the Surface Laptop 5 which is $16 cheaper than Amazon's Prime Day Price. Or, swing over to Microsoft and save $50 on the Surface Go 3. These great deals Microsoft deals extend to other Surface devices the Elite Series 2 Xbox controller.
See the 5+ best Microsoft Prime Day deals still available below.
5+ best Microsoft Prime Day deals
Microsoft Surface Laptop 5:
$999 $883 @ Amazon
Save $116 on the Surface Laptop 5 — Microsoft latest flagship laptop. The fully loaded Surface Laptop 5 has a 13.5-inch (2256 x 1504) touch display, 12th Gen Intel Core i5 CPU, 8GB of RAM, and Intel Iris Xe graphics. Rounding out its hardware specs is a 256GB solid state drive.
Microsoft Surface Laptop Studio:
$1,599 $1,399 @ Amazon
Save up to $200 on the Surface Laptop Studio for creators. Built with creative pros in mind, its flexible hinge converts it into a digital drawing board. The configuration we recommend has a 14.4-inch (2400 x 1600) 120Hz display, 3.3-GHz Intel Core i7-11370H 4-core CPU, 16GB of RAM and 512GB SSD. For graphics handling, it's outfitted with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3050 Ti GPU with 4GB of dedicated memory.
Microsoft Surface Pro 9: from $829 @ Microsoft Store
Microsoft's Prime Day alternative sale takes up to $300 off on the versatile Microsoft Surface Pro 9. The configuration we recommend has a 13-inch (2880 x 1920) PixelSense touch screen, 12th Gen Intel Core i7-1255U 10-core CPU, 16GB of RAM and Iris Xe Graphics. Meanwhile, a speedy 256GB SSD ensures fast file transfers and stores thousands of files.
Microsoft Xbox Elite Wireless Controller Series 2:
$139 $98 @ Microsoft Store
Save $41 on the Xbox Elite Series 2 Controller at the Microsoft Store. This controller lasts up to 40 hours on a single charge and has Impulse Triggers and adjustable tension thumb grips. It works with Xbox Series X, Xbox One, and Windows 10 PCs.
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